Do I Require the Services of a Child Custody Attorney?
In Florida child custody cases, an attorney is not essential, but it can be very beneficial.
A family law attorney can assist you in navigating the court system and advocating for you. If litigation is necessary, the judge will decide the matter in the best interests of the children.
Unless you are eligible for no-cost or low-cost counsel through various organizations, hiring a legal advocate can be costly. Divorcing parents who can agree on the majority of child custody issues will probably not need a lawyer. However, if your ex is pursuing sole custody of your child, you might want to hire a lawyer. If you must appear in court, a lawyer will effectively present your case and provide you the best opportunity of achieving your objectives.
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